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WATCH: The Undertaker explains why he didn’t retire after WrestleMania 30

The WWE Network released the premiere episode of Broken Skull Sessions that is hosted by Steve Austin. The episode featured an interesting interview with The Undertaker where he spoke about a wide range of topics. 

In the interview, he shed some light on his WrestleMania streak coming to an end at the hands of Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30 in 2014. 

Taker noted that he was concussed somewhere within the first five minutes of this match and that he doesn’t remember the night at all but rather his last memory was when he had a conversation with his wife, Michelle McCool. 

His next memory came around 5 am the next day in the hospital when doctors and nurses were asking him what his name was and where he was at, which he couldn’t answer. Instead, he only remembered was his wife’s name. 

Taker also brought up how he can’t figure out where the concussion occurred. He made it clear that it wasn’t Lesnar’s fault for him dealing with the injury. 

Taker admitted that this injury “screwed up my confidence. You figure after you’ve had a career 25 plus years, you’ve seen every situation, you don’t get shook up. That is a false belief cause this shook me up because I couldn’t pinpoint where I got concussed.”

Taker added that he refused to end his career after this match because he didn’t want to go out and not remember his final match. Thus, despite the streak ending, he didn’t retire from the ring. He added that he wants to write his own ending to his career.

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